Medical studies show meth is a more popular drug than cocaine and marijuana combined.
Sheriff’s deputies say as the use of meth rises, so do crimes related to meth such as people breaking into houses and cars to steal and get money to support their meth habits.
Mothers Against Meth are continuing their fight against the popular drug. This Tuesday you can attend a Mothers Against Meth meeting at 7 p.m.
You can call the Grady County Sheriff's Department at 229-377-5200 for more information on that meeting.
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